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fliegwerk

– just another group of students trying to develop things

We are a small group of students studying space- and aerospace computer science at the Julius-Maximiliams-University in Würzburg who collaborate on projects and attend game jams together. Founded in April 2019, fliegwerk became the name of the group including "flieg" (which is German for "flying" and therefore fits the theme of space- and aerospace relatively well). On this site, our projects and blog posts (including Post-Mortems for projects, etc.), as well as our actual games and/or other projects, can be found.

Who we are – about us

Pablo Klaschka

Pablo Klaschka

First chairperson. Responsible for the website, project management and more, Pablo Klaschka is the fourth member of the team. With previous experience from the "real world" of programming (working in a web development agency), they try to take care of quality assurance.

Malte Arps

Malte Arps

Second chairman. Co-founder, drummer, programming newbie. Awaiting to become rockstar, or astronaut, or both. The latter would lead to the first moon live album, "Bright Side Of The Moon". While waiting for that to happen though, he is trying to learn as much as possible about good coding style.

Ludwig Richter

Ludwig Richter

Bursar. Takes care of the current projects, writes code and brings in some design ideas to the projects. As co-founder, he does some software quality assurance and keeps things on track. Ludwig is excited to learn and do new things that belong to computer science, aerospace, coding, design and usability.

Cedric Wahrig

Cedric Wahrig

Resoponsible for designing assets, composing music and keeping an eye on the whole picture to allow others to focus on specifics, he is an essential cofounding member of fliegwerk. He also was the bursar of fliegwerk when it was founded.

Jan Wolf

Jan Wolf

Always voting for cake in plenary sessions of the team, Jan is the fifth founding member of fliegwerk. With Python as his primary language and an interest in weirder (or lower-level) languages such as Lisp, C and 6502-Assembler, he determines that succelents are great.